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  • Construction starts on Parramatta light rail project

    06 Feb 2020 International Railway Journal
    The new line currently being constructed in Paramatta, will have 16 stations, will connect Westmead with Carlingford via the Parramatta central business district and Camellia. Operation and completion ...
  • While exporters were expected enjoyed a solid end to 2019, the welcome news was tempered by a warning from Prime Minister Scott Morrison of a “significant” hit to Australia’s economy from China’s rapi ...
  • First major infrastructure completed for Western Sydney Airport

    02 Feb 2020 Kim Ho - Infrastructure Magazine
    A new bridge, practically as wide as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, is now ready for traffic as the first phase of construction on the airport wraps up. The bridge was built with the intention of being a  ...
  • Australia's leading construction, design and infrastructure expo, Sydney Build, is set to host its largest Women in Construction Summit ever, with an impressive line-up of female ambassadors and indus ...
  • Kengo Kuma's First Australian 'Timber Tornado'

    23 Jan 2020 Sarah Buckley, ArchitectureandDesign.com.au
    Japanese Architecture Icon Kengo Kuma’s first experience in  Australia worked wonders as he newly completed design the Darling Exchange is set to drive the $3.4b Darling Square redevelopment of Darlin ...
  • In many ways, architecture photographer John Gollings is ahead of his time. What defines his image is his ability to portray architecture with personality rather than as static monuments to just gawk ...
  • Cracked Towers Spark Widespread Safety Fears About High Rises

    22 Jan 2020 Matt O'Sullivan, Sydney Morning Herald
    Eight in 10 Sydneysiders have safety concerns about the structural soundness of several high-rise apartment buildings in the wake of a crisis sparked by the cracked Opal and Mascot towers. An Ipsos po ...
  • Redesigning Centennial Park To Care For Australia's Endangered Animals

    21 Jan 2020 Heidi Harrington-Johnson, UNSW Newsroom
    The big question in the wake of the devastating bushfires ravaging Australia is could inner-city parklands be used to house endangered animal species? That’s a question that’s been answered by a group ...
  • The NSW Government wants to introduce a range of measures to clamp down on dodgy developers and prevent a repeat of the Opal and Mascot towers cracking crises. The Minister for Better Regulation, Kevi ...
  • With bushfires continuing to devastate our neighbors across Australia, and the effects being felt in New Zealand as smoke blackens the skies and blots out the sun, many design professionals are left w ...
  • C. Kairouz Architects' Design Australia's First Photovoltaic Glass Building

    21 Jan 2020 Sarah Buckley - ArchitectureandDesign.com
    The definition of "photovoltaic" also known as "PV" is the conversion of light into electricity through the use of solar panels in an effect called photoelectricity. The solar panels are comprised of ...
  • Defining a New Decade In Design

    21 Jan 2020 Michael Roberts, The Western Australian
    As Coco Chanel once famously said, “Fashion fades, only style remains the same”. Many design trends of the moment come and go in a matter of months, but there are those which have stood the test of ti ...
  • Standing in a pile of rubble, Faith Gordon is still coming to terms with seeing her house destroyed by fire.  Her house was burnt down in the fire in Central Queensland in November. "It's just as shoc ...
  • Sydney-based developer Coronation Property Co has joined a small group of players in the city’s nascent build-to-rent sector, earmarking a recent purchase of a site in the city’s west as the first ste ...
  • New National Bushfire Recovery Agency Established

    20 Jan 2020 Eliza Booth - Infrastructure.com.au
    The Federal Government has announced it will establish a new recovery agency with an initial $2 billion funding to assist and coordinate in rebuilding communities following a destructive start to the ...
  • Work has begun on the NSW Railway in a bid to heal some of the damage and effects caused following the bushfires. Critical rail infrastructure is a must following devastating fires along the Blue Moun ...
  • In his statement explaining the Reserve Bank’s decision on the rate cut, the former RBA governor Ian Macfarlane had expected the global downturn following the dotcom bust to worsen and Australia to fe ...
  • Joe Kaeser says he must balance stakeholder interests as climate change activists protest the company’s decision. Global engineering company Siemens will not pull out of a contract at the new Adani co ...
  • Following a rigorous international competition, spanning 6 continents and 132 different countries, Danish architectural firm 3XN came out on top and has officially won the bid to design the University ...
  • The city of Sydney is stirring. If you set out onto Sydney Harbourfront early morning, the sky begins to blush, turning the bay an oily pink as the sun reflects off the glistening water. Every rivet a ...
  • What's stressing Australia's construction managers?

    17 Jan 2020 Branko Miletic, Architecture and Design.com
    Construction project managers in Australia are under a tremendous amount of work-related stress, which is affecting their mental health as well as the ability to perform their jobs. With the increase ...
  • The Tallest Buildings In Australia. Where is it and Who Designed it?

    16 Jan 2020 Architecture and News Editorial Desk
    The Q1 Tower, designed by the Buchan Group and constructed by Sunland Constructions is not only the tallest building in Australia but also in the Oceania region. As far as the world goes, it is ranked ...
  • Sydney Planning to Focus more on people not cars

    16 Jan 2020 Amy Cheng - GovernmentNews.com.au
    Sydney needs to move away from a vehicle-centric approach to urban planning if liveability is to be increased, according to landscape architecture and urban design experts. As the populous grows each ...
  • Sydney residents renting units are expected to enjoy the cheapest rates since 2015 as new apartment construction has pushed prices down unexpectedly. While Sydney remains still the most expensive plac ...
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